I haven't been able to locate a map that shows the paths that campers can use to access the beach in Sawmill Bay Campground.
On another website, campers indicated that they went from site #114 down a slope to the water to launch their canoe, but I can't see anything noted on the Park Map.
Does anyone know where the paths are?
My partner and i are visiting Whistler, Canada for the first time, this will also be our first overseas trip. We will be there in July. We want to spend a day on the zip lines, my question is to anyone who has zip lined before and/or does anyone know how many there are and which ones are best? Ive seen there is an Eagle tour and a Bear tour, which can also be combined....if we book the combined tour does that include every zip line there is? Thankyou.
We are thinking of taking the train ride from Lillooett to Seton. Planning to be there on a Friday so hoping to catch the 1030 am train.called the Kaoham shuttle.
we are planning to return via the the 2:30 pm train from seton but we were wondering what we can do for 3 hours at seton.
Has anyone taken this train before and would appreciate it if you have us some feedback.
Me and my girlfriend are driving to montreal on valentine weekend. we are staying in old montreal at Le Place d'armes hotel, having dinner at Onoir restaurant friday night ( heard it's a good experience), spending saturday at Bota Bota during the day and then we got a late dinner reservation at Bouillon Bilk restaurant. I appreciate opinions about all these places and also some recommendation about some cool, romantic bars to have a cocktails before and after dinner.
Suggestions welcome for a place to spend a few weeks in order to research/visit the area with a view to relocating before winter 2015. Preferably walking distance to central areas, budget friendly by the month.
Anyone stayed at the Admiral Inn or the Royal Scot? How was it?
Traveling from WA.,US for Canada Day fireworks + Granville marketplace, Stanley Park etc. Dates between July 27-31 or so.
Any modest price (up to $120 @ night) place to stay-motel, hotel, B&B, vacation rental for 3-6 people.
Originally when I was moving to Toronto, part of the appeal was a city that didn't sleep at night. When I finally got here, I discovered that - apart from the bar and club scene - it was difficult to find interesting things to do at night. Thus began the search for some of the hidden night-time gems Toronto has to offer - from activities to locations to small and unknown communities, and the types of characters that you'll meet.
My crew and I decided to make an interactive documentary about this topic. This will allow you to visit a website and see what takes place near you at night. It will shed some light on the unexposed. Do you know any interesting night communities that most people do not now about? Please comment below.
We also just launched the Indiegogo campaign for the project. Check it out, we would really appreciate any contributions you might be able to make. Every dollar counts. Thanks.
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